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Old May 26th, 2019, 01:55 PM #61
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The Maryland Shall Issue folks deserve a vote of thanks on this one. They sent lots of letters and arranged many visits with legislators and senators, where the folly of disbanding that Review Board was the main topic. So THANKS!
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other post says only chance is SCOTUS in June ? I have nothing to offer and talk too much. Can't find my charcoal either!
You think you talk to much? Pleassssssssssssssssssse. That is my award, and my award only. You are going to have to go find another award.

Maybe you can win the "too serious" award, but I'm in the running for that too. lol
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other post says only chance is SCOTUS in June ? I have nothing to offer and talk too much. Can't find my charcoal either!
June 2020. SCOTUS hears at least one case (NYSRPA) in Oct 2019 term, maybe more, opinions are all issued before end of June. SOme OCt opinions are released as early as Jan, depends on how long the opinion is.
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You think you talk to much? Pleassssssssssssssssssse. That is my award, and my award only. You are going to have to go find another award.

Maybe you can win the "too serious" award, but I'm in the running for that too. lol
I almost did not respond to your quote so I would not be tied up reading your next post! Yes, landslide decision. hahaha. Enjoy your weekend Fabs.



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June 2020. SCOTUS hears at least one case (NYSRPA) in Oct 2019 term, maybe more, opinions are all issued before end of June. SOme OCt opinions are released as early as Jan, depends on how long the opinion is.
Thanks, I am hopeful they will start to take some 2A cases ... and a little nervous.
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Hogan isn't perfect but he is the best option we have. I would vote for him again.
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June 2020. SCOTUS hears at least one case (NYSRPA) in Oct 2019 term, maybe more, opinions are all issued before end of June. SOme OCt opinions are released as early as Jan, depends on how long the opinion is.


I have little to no faith that the SC will give us the ruling we desire, I hope they prove me wrong.


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The Maryland Shall Issue folks deserve a vote of thanks on this one. They sent lots of letters and arranged many visits with legislators and senators, where the folly of disbanding that Review Board was the main topic. So THANKS!
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Hogan isn't perfect but he is the best option we have. I would vote for him again.
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We have 7 months to get the word out that Democrats, who have fought for civilian review boards of the police, actually passed a bill to end a civilian review board of the police.
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